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Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA



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Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Darwinia 

  sp. ravensthorpe

Mountain bell

100

1998


Darwinia 

  sp. stirling range

Mountain bell

Vulnerable

100

Darwinia 



  sp. thumb peak

Mountain bell

100

Darwinia squarrosa



Fringed mountain bell

Vulnerable

100

1998


Darwinia vestita

Mountain bell

73

2005


Eucalyptus acies

Woolbernup Mallee

100

2005


Eucalyptus angulosa

Ridge fruited Mallee

53

2003


Eucalyptus angustissima

Narrow leaved Mallee

53

2001


Eucalyptus annulata

Open fruited Mallee

66

2004


Eucalyptus arborella

Eucalypt


100

2004


Eucalyptus balanopelex

Eucalypt


92

2001


Eucalyptus bennettiae

Bennetts Mallee

Endangered

100


2001

Eucalyptus brevistylis

Rates Tingle

56

2000



Eucalyptus buprestium

Ball fruited Mallee

100

2003


Eucalyptus burdettiana

Burdett Gum

Endangered

97

2002



Eucalyptus calcicola

Boranup Mallee

75

2001


Eucalyptus captiosa

Eucalypt


59

2005


Eucalyptus cernua

Red-flowered Moort

100

2005


Eucalyptus clivicola

Green Mallet

85

2005


Eucalyptus communalis

Eucalypt


100

2000


Eucalyptus conferruminata

Bushy Yate

89

2007


Eucalyptus cornuta

Yate


73

2007


Eucalyptus coronata

Crowned Mallee

Vulnerable

100


2001

Eucalyptus decipiens

Limestone Marlock

56

2004



Eucalyptus decurva

Slender Mallee

59

2004


Eucalyptus densa

Dwarf Blue Mallee

57

2001


Eucalyptus desmondensis

Desmond Mallee

90

2005


Eucalyptus dielsii

Cap fruited Mallee

75

2004


Eucalyptus discreta

Mallee


58

2000


Eucalyptus dolichorhyncha

Fuchsia Mallee

100

2004


Eucalyptus doratoxylon

Spearwood Mallee

91

2003


Eucalyptus erectifolia

Stirling Range Mallee

100

2001


Eucalyptus erythrandra

Rosebud Gum

95

1999


Eucalyptus extrica

Eucalypt


58

1999


Eucalyptus falcata

White Mallet

57

2005


Eucalyptus famelica

Mallee


60

2003


Eucalyptus foliosa

Eucalypt


100

2006


Eucalyptus forrestiana

Fuchsia Gum

91

2005


Eucalyptus goniantha

Jerdacuttup Mallee

91

2005


Eucalyptus guilfoylei

Yellow Tingle

50

1997


Eucalyptus halophila

Eucalypt


83

2004


Eucalyptus indurata

Ironbark


59

2002


Eucalyptus insularis

Twin Peak Island Mallee

Endangered

100


2006

Page 45 of  73

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

21-Jan-11


Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Eucalyptus jacksonii

Red Tingle

83

2001



Eucalyptus kessellii

Kessells Mallee

77

2002


Eucalyptus lehmannii

Lehmanns Yate

94

2003


Eucalyptus leptocalyx

Hopetoun Mallee

73

2006


Eucalyptus ligulata

Lucky Bay Mallee

88

2004


Eucalyptus macquoidii

Eucalypt


100

2001


Eucalyptus macrandra

Long flowered Marlock

67

2006


Eucalyptus medialis

Eucalypt


100

2001


Eucalyptus megacornuta

Warted Yate

100

2006


Eucalyptus melanophitra

Eucalypt


100

2002


Eucalyptus merrickiae

Goblet Mallee

Vulnerable

67

2006



Eucalyptus micranthera

Alexander River Mallee

76

2005


Eucalyptus misella

Eucalypt


100

2005


Eucalyptus missilis

Eucalypt


92

2000


Eucalyptus newbeyi

Newbeys Mallet

100

2002


Eucalyptus occidentalis

Eucalypt


73

2005


Eucalyptus pachyloma

Kalgan Plains Mallee

74

2002


Eucalyptus perangusta

Eucalypt


58

2006


Eucalyptus platypus

Moort


83

2003


Eucalyptus pleurocarpa

Eucalypt


77

2005


Eucalyptus praetermissa

Eucalypt


100

2002


Eucalyptus preissiana

Stirling Range Mallee

98

2005


Eucalyptus quadrans

Eucalypt


54

2004


Eucalyptus redacta

Eucalypt


86

1992


Eucalyptus rigens

Saltlake Mallee

81

1998


Eucalyptus semiglobosa

Eucalypt


61

2003


Eucalyptus sepulcralis

Blue Weeping Gum

100

1998


Eucalyptus staeri

Albany Blackbutt

88

2005


Eucalyptus steedmanii

Steedmans Mallet

Vulnerable

8

1966



Eucalyptus stoatei

Scarlet Pear Gum

96

2005


Eucalyptus suggrandis

Swamp Mallet

50

2006


Eucalyptus synandra

Jingymia Mallee

Vulnerable

4

1968



Eucalyptus talyuberlup

Eucalypt


100

2004


Eucalyptus tetragona

Silver Marlock

79

1998


Eucalyptus tetraptera

Square-fruited Mallee

89

2003


Eucalyptus thamnoides

Eucalyptus

70

2004


Eucalyptus tumida

Eucalypt


70

2002


Eucalyptus utilis

Position Uncertain

85

2006


Eucalyptus valens

Eucalypt


71

2002


Eucalyptus varia

Eucalypt


94

2005


Eucalyptus vesiculosa

Varnished Gum

100

2005


Eucalyptus virginea

Eucalyptus

100

2003


Eucalyptus xanthonema

Yellow flowered Mallee

78

2002


Hypocalymma asperum

Myrtle


86

2005


Hypocalymma jessicae

Myrtle


100

1998


Hypocalymma melaleucoides

Myrtle


100

1993


Page 46 of  73

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

21-Jan-11



Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Hypocalymma myrtifolium

Myrtle

100


1994

Hypocalymma phillipsii

Myrtle

100


2005

Hypocalymma speciosum

Myrtle

100


1997

Hypocalymma strictum

Myrtle

53

2005



Kunzea affinis

Kunzea


89

2004


Kunzea baxteri

Scarlet Kunzea

53

2004


Kunzea cincinnata

Kunzea


100

1998


Kunzea clavata

Kunzea


100

1984


Kunzea eriocalyx

Kunzea


100

2002


Kunzea jucunda

Kunzea


72

2005


Kunzea montana

Kunzea


93

2005


Kunzea pauciflora

Kunzea


Vulnerable

100


2004

Kunzea preissiana

Kunzea

59

2005



Kunzea similis

Kunzea


100

2007


Kunzea spicata

Kunzea


100

1990


Leptospermum confertum

Tea tree


100

2003


Leptospermum maxwellii

Tea tree


83

2002


Leptospermum sericeum

Tea tree


100

2004


Melaleuca apodocephala

Honey-myrtle

55

2005


Melaleuca araucarioides

Honey-myrtle

100

2006


Melaleuca blaeriifolia

Honey-myrtle

92

2006


Melaleuca bracteosa

Honey-myrtle

79

2004


Melaleuca bromelioides

Honey-myrtle

56

2002


Melaleuca calycina

Honey-myrtle

89

2006


Melaleuca camptoclada

Honey-myrtle

100

2003


Melaleuca cliffortioides

Honey-myrtle

50

1999


Melaleuca concinna

Honey-myrtle

76

2005


Melaleuca croxfordiae

Honey-myrtle

68

2001


Melaleuca cucullata

Honey-myrtle

64

2006


Melaleuca cuticularis

Salt Paperbark

67

2005


Melaleuca dempta

Honey-myrtle

100

2001


Melaleuca densa

Honey-myrtle

67

2006


Melaleuca eximia

Honey-myrtle

56

2001


Melaleuca glaberrima

Honey-myrtle

70

2006


Melaleuca glena

Honey-myrtle

100

2002


Melaleuca globifera

Honey-myrtle

71

2004


Melaleuca halophila

Honey-myrtle

67

2001


Melaleuca hnatiukii

Honey-myrtle

77

2002


Melaleuca lateralis

Honey-myrtle

70

2004


Melaleuca linguiformis

Honey-myrtle

64

2002


Melaleuca micromera

Honey-myrtle

92

1994


Melaleuca microphylla

Honey-myrtle

56

1999


Melaleuca nesophila

Honey-myrtle

68

2005


Melaleuca ordinifolia

Honey-myrtle

76

2006


Melaleuca papillosa

Honey-myrtle

100

2003


Melaleuca penicula

Honey-myrtle

100

2006


Page 47 of  73

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

21-Jan-11



Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Melaleuca pentagona

Honey-myrtle

67

2005



Melaleuca plumea

Honey-myrtle

63

2002


Melaleuca polycephala

Honey-myrtle

64

2002


Melaleuca pomphostoma

Honey-myrtle

100

1999


Melaleuca pritzelii

Honey-myrtle

76

2006


Melaleuca pulchella

Honey-myrtle

65

2005


Melaleuca ringens

Honey-myrtle

62

2004


Melaleuca similis

Honey-myrtle

100

2003


Melaleuca societatis

Honey-myrtle

66

2005


Melaleuca spathulata

Honey-myrtle

67

2006


Melaleuca stramentosa

Honey-myrtle

100

2005


Melaleuca striata

Honey-myrtle

92

2005


Melaleuca suberosa

Cork-barked Honey-myrtle

91

2004


Melaleuca subfalcata

Honey-myrtle

82

2006


Melaleuca thapsina

Honey-myrtle

59

2002


Melaleuca thymoides

Honey-myrtle

54

2005


Melaleuca torquata

Honey-myrtle

67

2005


Melaleuca undulata

Honey-myrtle

63

2006


Melaleuca violacea

Honey-myrtle

86

2006


Micromyrtus elobata

Myrtle


85

2006


Micromyrtus imbricata

Myrtle


65

2005


Micromyrtus navicularis

Myrtle


83

2006


Phymatocarpus maxwellii

Myrtle


80

2005


Regelia velutina

Myrtle


90

2005


Rinzia communis

Myrtle


51

2007


Rinzia dimorphandra

Myrtle


88

1997


Rinzia fumana

Myrtle


50

2002


Rinzia longifolia

Myrtle


100

1992


Rinzia morrisonii

Myrtle


100

1997


Rinzia oxycoccoides

Myrtle


100

2003


Rinzia schollerifolia

Myrtle


100

2000


Taxandria marginata

Myrtle


77

2006


Thryptomene saxicola

Thryptomene remota

71

2006


Verticordia apecta

Featherflower

100

1993


Verticordia brownii

Featherflower

50

2002


Verticordia coronata

Featherflower

61

2001


Verticordia crebra

Featherflower

Vulnerable

100


2002

Verticordia endlicheriana

Featherflower

64

2002



Verticordia fastigiata

Featherflower

100

2003


Verticordia forrestii

Featherflower

50

1970


Verticordia habrantha

Featherflower

68

2004


Verticordia harveyi

Featherflower

Endangered

100


2004

Verticordia helichrysantha

Featherflower

Vulnerable

100

2005


Verticordia longistylis

Featherflower

100

1983


Verticordia minutiflora

Featherflower

91

2002


Verticordia oxylepis

Featherflower

94

2003


Page 48 of  73

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

21-Jan-11



Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Verticordia pityrhops

Featherflower

Endangered

100

1999


Verticordia plumosa

Featherflower

Endangered

43

1997



Verticordia sieberi

Featherflower

71

1998


Verticordia subulata

Featherflower

81

2003


Verticordia verticordina

Featherflower

50

2002


Verticordia vicinella

Featherflower

73

2006


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Myrtaceae.

Pinales

Cupressaceae

Native Cypress

(8 out of 23 species in Australia)

Callitris drummondii

Drummond's Cypress Pine

82

2005



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Cupressaceae.

Page 49 of  73

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

21-Jan-11


Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Poales

Anarthriaceae

(5 out of 5 species in Australia)

Anarthria humilis

70

2005


Anarthria laevis

68

2007



Anarthria scabra

57

2004



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Anarthriaceae.

Centrolepidaceae

Centrolepid Sedges

(17 out of 30 species in Australia)

Centrolepis caespitosa

Matted Centrolepis

Endangered

67

2003


This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Centrolepidaceae.

Cyperaceae

Sedges

(125 out of 731 species in Australia)

Gahnia sclerioides

50

2006


Gahnia 

  sp. l


100

2002


Lepidosperma angustatum

51

1994



Lepidosperma aphyllum

75

2005



Lepidosperma gahnioides

75

2006



Lepidosperma persecans

80

1982



Lepidosperma striatum

54

2003



Lepidosperma ustulatum

100


1998

Mesomelaena stygia

61

2004


Schoenus acuminatus

64

2000



Schoenus caespititius

50

2006



Schoenus cruentus

57

2004



Schoenus multiglumis

62

2004



Schoenus obtusifolius

83

2004



Schoenus 

  sp. grey rhizome

100

2002


Schoenus subbarbatus

64

2005



Schoenus subbulbosus

57

2004



Schoenus sublaxus

59

2002



Schoenus submicrostachyus

83

2002



Schoenus trachycarpus

50

1994



Tricostularia compressa

77

2004



Tricostularia neesii

51

2002



This region rates highly for richness and endemism of Cyperaceae.

Page 50 of  73

Species are shown only if:

 - listed as Vulnerable, Critically Endangered,

   Endangered, or Conservation dependent

   under the EPBC Act;

 - the proportion of the sampled range

   in the region is above 50%.

21-Jan-11


Biodiversity summary for South Coast WA

 

 

Common Name

 

EPBC

Status

Proportion of

sampled range

in the region (%)

Most

recent

record

Poaceae

Grasses

(89 out of 1057 species in Australia)

Amphipogon avenaceus

95

2005


Austrostipa juncifolia

68

2005



Cyperochloa hirsuta

100


2002

Deyeuxia drummondii

Endangered

75

2001



Restionaceae

Restiona Sedges

(71 out of 146 species in Australia)

Alexgeorgea ganopoda

59

2004


Chaetanthus tenellus

80

1994



Chordifex abortivus

Manypeaks Rush

Endangered

100


2005

Chordifex capillaceus

100

2003


Chordifex crispatus

89

2005



Chordifex isomorphus

77

2006



Chordifex laxus

74

2005



Chordifex leucoblepharus

100


2005

Chordifex ornatus

94

2001


Chordifex sphacelatus

72

2007



Desmocladus austrinus

95

2007



Desmocladus biformis

50

2001



Desmocladus castaneus

73

2003



Harperia confertospicata

96

2004



Hopkinsia adscendens

100


1999

Hypolaena humilis

84

2002


Lepyrodia fortunata

100


2003

Lepyrodia hermaphrodita

76

2000


Lepyrodia monoica

78

2001



Meeboldina crebriculmis

88

2002



Onychosepalum laxiflorum

75

2007



Stenotalis ramosissima

50

2002



Tremulina tremula

Sedge


59

2007


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